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but I never click in my adsense!
what should I do? I sent an email them but until now they didn't respond me,
my Adsense balance was a lot of money , What about my earning?
Did anybody have this experiene before?
[edited by: Jenstar at 7:11 am (utc) on Mar. 8, 2005]
[edited by: saeed at 7:41 am (utc) on Mar. 8, 2005]
>>I never click in my Ads, and never told my visitor's that please click in googles ads!
same as above
>>I want know if anybody have this experience before?
Yeah we normally have to put up with someone moaning at least once a month!
>>Can I phone the Adsense Team?
Let us know the stats of the website etc.
There is nothing you can do to get your account back. Try to move beyond adsense. Try to check your logs to find out what IP was spamming you. Surely, there was someone clicking on your ads.
You may have noticed a high impressions in your account one day and you may not have done anything about it.
Wait for an e-mail from G and see what they have to say. If you get an e-mail just like I described above move to different network just like G has.
I heared yahoo will introduce something similar to adsense.
I know this stuff because one day I got an e-mail from G just like you did.
I want know if anybody have this experience before?
As NCW 164X said, you are not unique, there is a constant stream of people posting here about being banned by AdSense.
Invariably the poster has, like you, made very few posts on WebmasterWorld. Very few regular members have been banned, and as far as I can recalled, no regular member has been permentantly banned without reason.
I those instances where WebmasterWorld members have had some data to work on, in the majority of instances it has been shown that the website that had been banned was, to say the least dodgy.
If you have a legitimate problem, then take it up with Google. If there is fraud or other breaking of TOS, then I would say they are quite at liberty to retain the earnings for January.
>>>Invariably the poster has, like you, made very few posts on WebmasterWorld. Very few regular members have been banned, and as far as I can recalled, no regular member has been permentantly banned without reason.
I found and joied here on Feb 23, 2005,
I'm professional in programming but amateur in web,
I started my website 4 months ago, and now my web site has about 20000 unique daily visitor.
So I don't know what's mean of "regular members"!
[edited by: saeed at 2:00 pm (utc) on Mar. 8, 2005]
1,700 clicks per day x 30 days = 51,000 clicks
$2,200 / 51,000 clicks = 4 cents per click
now i know some publishers do recieve a lot of low cost clicks but this seems very low as an average i would have thought most should be higher than this
Also with 65,000 impressions per day i would expect you to be able to make as much if not more with other programmes
just accept it and move on
If G believes there was fraudulant clicks you will not recieve a check
If G has cancelled the account for other resons you should recieve a check
move on saeed
If Google sees a suspicious pattern in the clicks, which could be caused by many things, they can cancel your account. If they notice that your site seems to be "Made for AdSense" with no other reason to exist, they can cancel your account.
Your site seems to have grown from nothing very quickly--that in itself may have made Google suspicious.
I suggest you read through the archives the past six months, and look for threads about people who had their accounts disabled. There has been some useful discussion about possible causes.
20,000 uniques per day sounds very high for 4 month old site? and remember from post looks like that traffic was gained in less than 3 months
many on here put 1 to 2 years or more to get to much lower level of traffic
mmm something not quite right here
I don't know your site, but 65k daily impressions at a low $ rate sounds like a very homogenous site, and I would not be looking at adsense anyway.
I build my website to making money, please tell me about this:
"they can cancel your account. If they notice that your site seems to be "Made for AdSense" with no other reason to exist,"
my website topics is "Iran Entertainments"
there are a lot of page like, jokes, chatrooms, Dating and matchmaking and ....
but I make my site for earning money, is this against with google policies?
A running theme at this point. Additionally, english language skills seem to fit a certain pattern as well. No slight intended, of course, on this dictum. I have trouble with english myself after 4 shots of whiskey.
but they did'nt tell me in which page or with which IP address they saw this problem.
I have another question,
If someone (not you) open your page and do a lot of clicks on your Adsense, what is happening? and what should you do to preventing that?
This is only a guess, I sent an email to adsense and requested IP address of computer that cause this problems, So I'm waiting ...
joined:Oct 27, 2001
You say that you were buying traffic from three sites in Iran. Does Google have many advertisers for your keywords in Iran? If not, clicks from Iranians who got referred to your site won't convert for advertisers.
Google may have seen an unusually large number of clicks from Iranian IPs and decided that the clicks were "invalid" (for business reasons) even if they weren't fraudulent.